She is at uni really far away. There were two guys. One tried to kiss her and the other played with her hair and put their arm around her. She said she had a boyfriend and tried to pull away but they didn't stop. How can I feel better about this, I need to be able to cope with this kind of stuff. Any advice?
Most Helpful Girl
I agree with @truthbeknown
But also you don't want to smother her, so while I love hearing from my boyfriend when ever I can that doesn't mean I always want a 2 hour+ conversation every day. I see him sometimes 1 once a week or even 4 times in a week, and if you can't physically see her Skype her or something, keep it light!
Sometimes id rather have a short conversation just to know he was thinking about me, and that was enough to put a smile on my face.
Maybe you should go visit her and if his is an isolated incident I wouldn't bother wasting you time on it she obviously cared enough about you to know what was happening was wrong.
So feel good about yourself :)0
Most Helpful Guy
How is she about it all, considering that she was the victim? Is she alright? I would think that she would need someone who is not going to be beating themselves up about it, but be supportive and her strength when she feels vulnerable, a shoulder for her to cry on and someone who is a good listener.0
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